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Spanish Language in Brief:-
Spanish (español), also called Castilian, is a Romance language that originated in Castile, a region in Spain. There are 406 million people who speak Spanish as a native language. Spanish is one of the six official languages of the United Nations, and it is used as an official language of European Union and Mercosur.
American people learned Spanish as a most spoken 2nd language. From the last 1o years of the 20th century, the study of Spanish as a foreign language has grown rapidly, and the growing international tourism in several countries.
Spanish is written in the Latin script, with the addition of the emphasizing characters like ⟨ñ⟩ is pronounced as eñe, a letter distinct from ⟨n⟩, although typographically composed of a ⟨n⟩ and the digraphs ⟨ch⟩ have different phenomena.
The Spanish alphabet has 27 letters and 2 digraphs.
Difference between English to Spanish Translation:
Learning the verb forms of Spanish can be a challenge, but doing so will greatly expand.
In the third person, Spanish distinguishes between direct and indirect object pronouns.
In Spanish, object pronouns can be attached to some verbs.
The distinction between direct and indirect objects is different in the two languages.
It is common in Spanish to use an object pronoun even when the noun represented by the pronoun is explicitly stated.
Spanish sometimes uses an indirect object pronoun where English would use a phrase.